The Multiple Independent Reentry Target Vehicle (MIRTV) and its booster are launched with a CER-1200MIRTV rocket, reproduceing Multiple Independently-Targetable Reentry Vehicles (MIRVs) deployed by ballistic missiles.
Its purpose is to simulate a MIRV flight and allow the anti-ballistic systems to intercept and destroy the vehicle during trainings.
These cost-effective systems will increase the anti-ballistic crews training to better deal with a real life scenario, a vital need to protect the defended areas in case of a strike with Multiple Independently-targetable Reentry Vehicles (MIRV).
The MIRTV uses non-flammable, non-explosive propellant, opting for a mixture of water and hydrogen peroxide at 30-70 ratio making it benign for the environment, simple and cost effective. Also, a mixture of 50-50 water and hydrogen peroxide is an option, but with flight performance loss.
The MIRTV employs no electronics, and it has just a single valve for the the vehicle spin and engine start, after separation from the transport vehicle.
Another interesting feature is that the degree of radar visibility of the RTV can be controlled from the production phase, ranging from very low visibility to high radar visibility.
Dry weight (kg)
Propellant weight (kg)
Launch weight (kg)
Max. speed (Mach)
*The final technical characteristics and performances could change as the homologation tests progress.
Ground Support Equipment (GSE)
The propellant transfer pump is a stainless steel, hydrogen peroxide compatible pump, able to transfer in the RTV booster tank the mixture of water and hydrogen peroxide.
The MIRTV rocket propellant is a mixture of water and hydrogen peroxide in the 30-70 ratio. The hydrogen peroxide already prepared in this ratio is commercially available everywhere in the world, and sold as hydrogen peroxide 70% concentration.
The user must procure locally 80 kg of 70% concentration hydrogen peroxide in order to fuel the vehicle for launch. Also, the vehicle works with 50% concentration hydrogen peroxide, but with flight performance loss.
After the rocket is fuelled, the tank must be pressurised at a pressure of 14 bar, prior to launch.
Various hydrogen peroxide compatible gases could be used. We recommend air from an air compressor (the most affordable option), helium (for the highest rocket performance), nitrogen and argon.
12V power source
In order to operate the RTV a 12V, 2A battery is needed. The battery must be provided by the user.
CER-1200MIRTV altitude vs. range vs. launch angle.
*If the MIRTV is purchased with the AMiE token, a 10% discount will apply. The AMiE token could be acquired from amiexploration.com
Order and shipment
Orders for the MIRTV, will be available starting with September 2024. Meanwhile, you can reserve the MIRTV at firstname.lastname@example.org
The shipment will be made in wood boxes.
The order will be ready for shipment depending on the order size. Usually for a RTV the shipment will start 30 days after the payment was received, while for a MIRTV the shipment will start 90 days after the payment was received.
For larger orders, the shipment date will be communicated before the payment.